Summary of Spencer v. Harding

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Spencer v. Harding

The defendants sent out circulars stating their intention to receive tenders for stock in trade. The plaintiff sent the highest tender but was not given the property. He argued that he had accepted the offer and was also the highest tender. The advert/circular was not an offer but rather an invitation to treat and they never stated that they were going to sell to the highest tender.

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